This interview with Robert T. Tally Jr. interrogates the contested area of interdisciplinarity in spatial studies by reemphasizing the complex disciplinary foray of literature intersecting with it. The conversation also touches on the cartographic function of literary texts pertaining to world literature, the genre of Utopia, and beyond. Furthermore, it also engages in a highly stimulating discussion on the postcolonial possibilities of literary “mapping” practices and the transdisciplinary scope of spatial literary studies.

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